We all know how busy mornings are and how difficult it is to manage everything by oneself. And after all the things, having breakfast peacefully becomes very hectic and due to this sometimes we skip our breakfast or make a rush.
List of Healthy Breakfast Recipes
But today, we are going to talk about the quick and healthy breakfast, which you can make within 10 minutes by balancing all other things. Let’s check the list.
1. Tomato Toast with Macadamia “Ricotta”
Tomato Toast with Macadamia Ricotta is a vegan summer breakfast sandwich. In this sandwich, rather than mayo, a fluffy, rich mixture of nuts, garlic, miso paste, and healthy yeast is sprinkled on the hearty whole-grain bread. Then pieces of grown tomatoes are piled on — we love to mix red and yellow artifacts.
2. Avocado Toast with Egg
Top two thinly toasted pieces of whole-grain bread with chopped avocado and a pinch of salt and pepper. The coating on two sunny-side-up eggs for a nutritional amount of protein, and your breakfast is complete.
3. Nut Butter, Banana, & Chia Seed Toast
Don’t forget to try this healthy twist on traditional PB and banana, with sunflower seed butter and a pinch of whole raw chia seeds, which are loaded with nutrients.
Breakfast smoothies and parfaits
4. Berry & Yogurt Smoothie
Don’t forget to have this mouthwatering smoothie for your busy morning. You can make this within 5 minutes or less. You just need to blend fresh & frozen fruits berry, banana, etc, with Greek yogurt and your favorite liquid milk, juice, etc.
5. Berry Breakfast Parfait
Berry Breakfast Parfait is one of the healthiest and quickest dishes for the morning schedule. Do you think this can be made with any favorite topping of yours? Use seasonal fruits to get the best flavor. However, frozen (defrosted) can be used in a pinch.
6. Peanut Butter & Banana Smoothie
Smoothies are the perfect snack to have whenever you’re on the go. A few ice cubes, frozen bananas, peanut butter, soy milk, Greek yogurt, and honey make you think you’re drinking a milkshake.
7. Pumpkin Granola Yogurt Parfait
As autumn approaches, this is a great one to taste. Combine pumpkin pie cashew cream, plain Greek yogurt, granola, and sprinkle cinnamon in a small container.
8. Quinoa Fruit Salad
A scoop of quinoa adds texture, body, and protein to a fruit salad of berries and mango. Mix everything until the quinoa is evenly distributed. Add a sweet-tart dressing made with honey, lime, and basil, and toss to combine.
9. Blueberry Almond Overnight Oats
It’s the perfect busy-bee breakfast. Put oats, chia seeds, blueberries, vanilla, almond milk, and maple syrup in a container and refrigerate overnight. You can top it with slivered almonds and sliced bananas for breakfast in the morning. You can also microwave it for 1–2 minutes if you’re in the mood for something warm.
10. Savory Oatmeal with an Egg
How about some savory oatmeal? Wait, what? This recipe takes oatmeal to an entirely new level. With quick-cooking steel-cut oats (or regular rolled oats), white cheddar cheese melted, pepper and onion are sliced, and an over-easy egg is added in the microwave.
11. Ham & Cheese Quinoa Cups
Make mini quinoa breakfast quiches to enjoy quinoa! They are light and fluffy. The recipe can be acclimated to contain your favorite ingredients veggies and cheese.
12. Quinoa & Chia Porridge
The combination of cinnamon, cardamom, and turmeric adds flavor to this healthy substitute for a classic hot cereal. The protein content is also high.
Bring all the ingredients to a boil in a pot. Stir, simmer, and top with your favorite seasonal additions.
13. Banana Peanut Butter Chia Pudding
This superfood twist on PB and banana is a classic. It’s like a healthy version of the dessert. The only thing you need is chia seeds, a banana, peanut butter, and milk of your choice. The pudding can rest in the fridge for four hours, but it is better to leave it overnight.
14. Zucchini Bread Oatmeal
With this recipe, you can make a classic summer breakfast bread into oatmeal. As you begin your day, add shredded zucchini and chia seeds to the oatmeal to boost its nutritional value. Top it off with toasted walnuts for extra crunch.
Breakfast muffins & bars
15. Coconut Yogurt Quinoa Muffins
At this point, it’s obvious we think quinoa makes everything better. Therefore, muffins are a no-brainer (especially if you add flaxseeds, oats, bananas, and applesauce). You can enjoy these moist little bites for breakfast or as an after-lunch snack.
16. Peanut Butter Banana Oat Breakfast Cookies
What about cookies for breakfast? Of course. These soft, thick, chewy cookies are an excellent alternative to Oreos or Chips Ahoy. If you cannot find carob chips, you can use semisweet chocolate chips instead.
17. Banana Zucchini Oatmeal Cups
You can start your day with veggies and grains with this vegan breakfast made with oats, shredded zucchini, and maple syrup. You can prepare these baked oatmeal cups in advance, store them in the fridge, and grab one on your way out the door for breakfast.
18. Apple Crisp Oatmeal Squares
It’s easy to make oatmeal more convenient and portable, but what’s the best way to do it? Just bake it into squares! A crispy topping tops an apple layer over bananas and oats in this recipe.
19. Morning Glory Muffins
These muffins are made with oats, carrots, zucchini, raisins, and sugar. For smaller portions, use a mini muffin tin and reduce brown sugar or choose a healthier substitute.
20. Healthy 5-Ingredient Granola Bars
These no-bake granola bars will remind you of your morning oatmeal, but you can eat them anywhere. To make the bars vegan, we replace honey with maple syrup in this recipe.
21. Zucchini, Banana, & Chocolate Chip Muffins
We love recipes that fit a serving of veggies into a tasty baked good. Apart from coconut oil, zucchini, banana, and whole-wheat flour, these muffins are stuffed with healthy ingredients. They’re also topped with chocolate chips for an extra bit of sweetness.
22. Breakfast Egg Muffins
You can make these ahead of time, and they last all week – perfect for grab-and-go breakfasts. Fill muffin tins with the mixture of eggs, spinach, bacon, and cheese. Put them in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes.
23. Spinach & Cheddar Microwave Quiche
You can make a quiche in the microwave! Put half a cup of spinach in a mug and microwave it for a minute. Remove the water and add the egg, milk, cheese, and bacon crumbles. Stir well, and then microwave for three more minutes. You can store it in a container to eat later or eat it right away.
24. Slow-Cooker Sausage & Egg Casserole
Combine vegetables, sausage, and cheese in the slow cooker; add a mixture of eggs and cream, and you’re just one rest away from a tasty and satisfying meal. If you don’t want the sausage, you can omit it.
25. Cheesy Spinach Baked Eggs
You can fry eggs, but why not bake them in a muffin tin or ramekin with veggies and cheese, using a lot less oil? These babies will feed the whole family for breakfast and make Monday feel like Friday.
26. Chocolate Quinoa Breakfast Bowl
Enjoy chocolate for breakfast with this yummy vegan recipe. Quinoa cooked with almond milk and flavored with cocoa and maple syrup makes for a satisfying, protein-rich base. Add banana, berries, and vegan dark chocolate to complete the dish.
27. Warm Fruit Bowl
Do you want dessert for breakfast? Try this gluten-free, vegan bowl. Bake a mixture of berries till soft, take out from the oven, and scatter with grated vegan dark chocolate (it will melt into the warm fruit) and crunchy toasted coconut.
28. Vegan Blueberry Flax Breakfast Muffins
The perfect movable breakfast is these hearty, wholesome, and not-too-sweet muffins. Flaxseeds contain fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. Additionally, mashed bananas lessen the fat and sugar added to the dish.
29. Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Apple Bites
Perfect for apple season. Scoop nut butter on top of each wedge of your favorite apple. On top, sprinkle a bit of melted chocolate and oats or granola.
30. Southwest Tofu Scramble
Are you left with last night’s leftovers? It’s okay. Do you know this easy eggless scramble can be made with leftover tofu, peppers, and kale? Add your ingredients to a pan and serve with potatoes on the side for a hearty meal.
31. Peanut Butter & Strawberry Jelly Compote Waffles
We know that the compote part might make this recipe tricky, but we are here to help you. If it’s not a quiet weekend morning when you’re willing to devour some time in the kitchen, use some alternates to top these tasty PB waffles.